PyQt (3.3.2) on Linux

iwk ignorethis_rochus at vanderkleyn.c_o_m
Sat Aug 3 21:59:35 CEST 2002


Hi there,

Over the last one year and a half I've tried to install PyQt on several 
versions of Linux, including Mandrake 8.0 until 8.2. Often without 
succes, for a variety of reasons. With the release of KDE 3.02, PyQt 
3.3.2 and SIP 3.3.2 I decided to give it another try.

First I installed KDE 3.0.2 on Mandrake 8.2. Works fine.
I compiled and installed SIP, also succesfull.
I compiled and installed PyQt with no obvious errors.

However, a small test file (generated with pyuic) crashed with the 
eror-message (trace-back)

ImportError: /usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/libqtmodule.so: undefined 
symbol: metaObject+C90SGIStyle

So I read through the docs again and found out that on Mandrake and 
Debian you had to include #define QT_NO_STYLE_SGI in the 
/usr/lib/qt3/include/qconfig.h header file.

Now PyQT refused to compile.

So I about to give up. ANy idea what is going wrong? Is there a solution 
available?

Regards,

Iwan




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